Make sure you pack your togs for this epic Sydney walk, writes Tara Wells.
Walking the new 80km Bondi to Manly track from one iconic beach to another is a revelation. Passing through the city centre and over the harbour bridge, the walk wends in and out of Sydney Harbour National Park. It takes in every available green space and waterfront, yet still delights in traversing urban areas usually reserved for resident multi-millionaires, avoiding main roads wherever it can.
Here, there’s no hint of the city’s petrol-hazed traffic crawl, no cacophony of mega-mall food courts. It’s Sydney, but not as you know it. This is the Bondi to Manly Walk, a new 80km track gripping the city’s coastline like its coffee-fueled life depends on it.
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Rain or shine, keen children from Goodstart Early Learning Bathurst leave behind toys, books and buildings for their Bush Kindy session in Mount Panorama-Wahluu’s bushland.
The local daycare centre is one of the first to offer this innovative program in NSW, after seeing its popularity in Victoria, and similar programs overseas.
For up to six hours every Monday, the preschool-aged children have only the bush to entertain themselves.